May 25, 2009

Lost Film Fest comes to Berlin

Lost Film Fest is a travelling screening of underground films presented by VJ Scott Beibin, a culture-hacking activist from Philadelphia.

Beibin has amassed a huge library of rare unseen clips, documentaries and news items about politics, social changes, activism, eco-futurism, and creativity. He mashes them together in a three-hour presentation, explaining their significance along the way. The result is an inspirational interactive multimedia feast.

Beibin is a key figure in the new media-based activist movement that is currently growing in the U.S. He was one of the organizers of the infamous New York Times prank, he helps the Yes Men pull off their anti-corporate pranks, and he runs a speakers’ booking agency for interesting thinkers, such as Bill Ayers of the Weather Underground.

He will present Lost Film Fest at Betahaus in Kreuzberg on Wednesday June 3. The film starts at 21.00, and afterwards DJs from the Neuk├Âlln-based Shameless Limitless collective will spin some tunes. Entry is 3eu.


Date: Mittwoch Juni 3

Time: 21.00 – 01.00

Location: Betahaus, Prinzessinnenstr. 19-20, Kreuzberg

Cost: 3eu